Jordan Spieth has enjoyed a remarkable return to form this season on the PGA Tour and he has attributed his recent success at the Texas Open down to the support of his wife, Annie Verret.
The pair from Texas have been together since high school and Spieth expressed how helpful his wife had been throughout his resurgence on the PGA Tour.
"She’s just been that person that said, whatever you need to do, I’m here to support you," Spieth said after his victory at the weekend.
"Let me know how I can help. Let me know when too much is too much. Let me know if it’s not enough. Yeah I mean, she’s been really unbelievable."
Verret attended Texas Tech University and has gone on to organise charitable events in aid of children in America from poorer backgrounds.
In 2017, she began work with The Birthday Party Project in Dallas which aims to celebrate the birthdays of poor children in 11 different cities across the United States of America.
The project has celebrated the birthdays of an incredible 13,000 children and hosted 2,500 parties in an effort to bring a sense of normality to the lives of those from poorer backgrounds.
Verret was also an event coordinator for the First Tee of Greater Dallas which is a campaign that provides educational programs and golf lessons for children.
The organisation aims to promote healthy choices throughout the game and is supported by the PGA Tour, the Masters Tournament and the PGA of America.
Not only has Spieth become one of the world's best golfers in recent years but his wife has also achieved great things in providing help for those who need it the most.